mark weber | there's a drunk up ahead

THERE’S A DRUNK UP AHEAD i can see em coming i try to hold off i give all my money away it’s 2 days up ahead there’s days off from work a perfect excuse i get busy i tell myself Continue reading mark weber | there's a drunk up ahead

mark weber | move to the groove


you’ll have the time check out Mark Weber’s Jazz Radio Show at KUNM Albuquerque. Here is the Theme with Michael Vlatkovitch & Cal Haines “Hotfoot Lady & Joe Friday” and just after this great tune the Heath Brothers “Move to the Groove” 1979 Langspielplatte Lp IN MOTION.

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fred voss | goodstone

I remember telling Fred about how I almost beat the shit out’ve some dude at my post office job and Fred wrote back suggesting I try to keep my cool. How Fred managed to keep his composure long enough at Goodstone to write this masterpiece I’ll never know. Such incompetence, immaturity, idleness, lifelessness, idiocity, on-th-job drunkeness & insanity as can be witnessed in a Breughal painting. This book is about the end of the Industrial Revolution as personified by the day-to-day workings of a bomber aircraft factory–it certainly documents the coming end of the United States’ long-held boast as #1 industrial nation of the world. One wonders if morale picked up at Goodstone during the “crisis” in the Persian Gulf–did this insane asylum begin to sing & dance for the rich boy’s money & oil war? This book is a knife stuck in the guts, and twisted. And somehow Fred has done it all without getting caught up in the mire of hatred & spite that most of his fellow workmates have lost themselves in. Our dear Whitman would bawl his eyes out if he read this book and found out what has happened to his beloved workers of America (though I imagine every late-20th century factory in the world is like this, except maybe Japan’s). Continue reading fred voss | goodstone